Seaside Snowshoeing Tour
On this tour, visitors wearing snowshoes walk on pure white snowfields around a red and white lighthouse, on a river bank rimmed with ice flakes, and along the coast where many driftwood "monsters" can be seen. Tour members will have a dynamic view of the Ishikari estuary, which is a meeting point of the longest river of Hokkaido and the Sea of Japan. If visitors are really lucky, they may also see white-tailed eagles which are designated as an endangered species.
Group of 2 : 17,600 yen
*One additional adult will be charged 6,600 yen each.
*Participants must be 7 years or older and will cost the same with adults.
Requirements for participation
*Participants must be 7 years or older.
Available time period
From the beginning of January to the end of March (except February).
*It depends on the snow condition.
*Please remember that course conditions and scenery will be changed
by the snow and weather conditions.
Included in this fee
Use of snowshoe
Nature guide and English speaking assistant
Not included in this fee
Transportation fees to and from location
Location to meet & Location we will disband
Ishikari Hachiman Shrine Parking
*Address : 1 Benten-cho, Ishikari
*Please arrive at least 5 minutes before the program start time.
*You will walk approximately 5 km (3.2 miles).
*Please remember that course conditions and scenery will be changed by the snow and weather conditions.
*As we will be walking in the wild path and beach, please be advised that your clothing may get a little dirty or wet.
*All activities will proceed in light snow weather, but we may contact you with additional instructions on the morning of the tour.
Cancellations by customers will be subject to the following penalty fees:
*One day before booked date: 50% of program fee
*On the day of tour, or No show or No contact: 100% of program fee
*After the tour starts: 100% of program fee
- There will be no cancellation fees on the occasions where programs are altered or cancelled because of weather, soil conditions, or other unforeseeable circumstances.
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